On Thursday evening, Delaware City Council will meet for the final time in 2018. On the agenda are several measures, many of which deal with typical year-end financial matters.

Also included on the agenda are ordinances concerning conditional use approvals and plan approvals for projects by Fahey Bank and Blue Sky Car Wash.

[widgets_on_pages id=1]The measures which will be reviewed and voted upon include ones which involve the following:

Third readings:

  • Setting 2019 Appropriations
  • Amending Delaware Municipal Court and Clerk of Court employee benefits and leave policies
  • Setting pay and benefits for various part time and seasonal employees
  • Amending the Management, Professional, Technical, Confidential, and Supervisory Employees Pay Plan
  • Setting new salaries for the Mayor and City Council members
  • Amending schedule of fees and service charges

Second readings:

  • Approving a preliminary and final development plan for the Fairgrounds 4H Building
  • Approving a preliminary and final development plan for Fahey Bank’s 75 West William Street project
  • Approving a conditional use permit for the same property
  • Approving a conditional use permit for Blue Sky Car Wash on Lot 2 of the Coughlin’s Crossing Development
  • Approving a preliminary and final development plan for the same project
  • Setting the salary and benefits of the Council Clerk

Also under consideration will be an ordinance supplementing 2018 appropriations.


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